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  • They Don't Get You By: Charles Payne [View instapost]
    Charles, why do you even pretend to write anything financial when your main incomes comes from promoting penny stocks? Write an article about penny stock promotion and especially how your firm had to settle with the SEC for over $400,000...that I'd be interested in reading!
    Feb 5, 2010. 10:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Delusions of Grandeur in regards to the Covestor Investment Return [View instapost]
    zzzz, why don't you link to my profile instead of being a typical coward/introverted value investor calling me names behind my back? why dont you include covestor's new "cash+equities" chart to see EXACTLY how my strategy is up 130%+ in 2009.

    PS my account is now over $100,000--for some reason covestor hasnt updated the $ sign...why dont you ask them for a comment BEFORe you write an inaccurate article
    Dec 22, 2009. 02:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The End of Hand Crafted Content [View article]
    Correct Michael and thats why there's a huge need for a site like to help rank and weed out junk
    Dec 15, 2009. 10:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Breaking Down the Employment Data [View article]
    Hey WStreet why don't you answer my accusations that your boss is a penny stock promoter:

    You should be ashamed and brought to justice
    Dec 5, 2009. 03:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • NXT Nutritionals Looks Like a Sweet Deal [View article]
    Jim, you've promoted a blatant pump and dump...either you're in on it or too dumb to realize it...either way, you should apologize to thousands of people for your ignorance and/or corruption...tell us, did you get paid to pump this stock?
    Nov 13, 2009. 12:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Remarkable Twitter Usage Stats [View instapost]
    OK, thank you for the reply, I'll update my should seriously check into that guy's credentials, that one article screwed a lot of people out of the stock right before the takeover

    On Nov 04 07:29 AM David Jackson wrote:

    > Tim, the only circumstances under which we delete the bios of contributing
    > authors are:
    > - if they are illegal, pornographic etc.
    > - if the author behaves in a way that requires the deletion of their
    > entire identity on SA (normally only professional spammers or people
    > who are consistently abusive).
    > Contributing authors are able to update (and therefore delete) their
    > own bios. But we rarely see authors delete their own bios. If no
    > bio is in place, it's usually because we are waiting for the author
    > to provide it. In that case, we insert the standard text that you
    > quoted stating that "xxx is a new contributor to Seeking Alpha who
    > will soon submit a bio." In this case, it looks as though the author
    > might have deleted his/her bio, and our default text therefore appeared.
    > Note, however, that Seeking Alpha contributors can't delete their
    > published articles from SA, or change the name under which those
    > articles are published. This is one of the ways that SA provides
    > accountability to readers, in contrast to the websites and blogs
    > controlled by the authors themselves: readers can evaluate authors'
    > track records, and authors aren't able to "cover their tracks" or
    > delete articles retroactively.
    > It was that feature that enabled you to (correctly) point out that
    > in this case the author isn't new.
    > We'll look into it.
    Nov 9, 2009. 10:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Remarkable Twitter Usage Stats [View instapost]
    David, why you deleting the biographies of writers who are hedge fund analysts then claiming they are new writers? Your readers/DDR shareholders DEMAND to know who this analyst is, what his firm is, how many shares of DDRX they shorted, how many shares of DDRX they covered based on their article that dropped the stock 25%+ right before a takeover
    Nov 3, 2009. 09:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Diedrich Coffee: A Web of Misrepresentations [View article]
    Why did Seeking Alpha delete this author's bio and claim he's a new writer even though he's been writing for 2 years and Google Cache still has his old bio up? Interesting he's an analyst at a hedge fund, I wonder how many shares that hedge fund was short? did they cover based on this article? Shadddddy
    Nov 3, 2009. 08:49 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Diedrich Coffee: A Web of Misrepresentations [View article]
    Nice job shortie, DDRX just got bought out at 25% premium after YOUR article caused the 25% drop, hope u covered and/or u have a good lawyer...silly little wannabe analyst
    Nov 2, 2009. 07:03 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Diedrich Coffee: A Web of Misrepresentations [View article]
    Jackson what is your firm and how many shares are you short? Be transparent and I might respect you

    Full Disclosure: your article made me buy 1,000 shares of DDRX today...your track record on other articles is horrific
    Oct 29, 2009. 03:49 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Readers Ask: Antares, GenVec, Xoma, [View article]
    This guy MUST be a paid promoter or total sucker to say he likes GVBP, which has been proven to be a blatant fraud, as they were a travel agency last month, now they want to cure cancer with $35,000 in the bank, they use recycled press releases from "NextGen Bio (NXGB), Genova's disclaimer on their own website mistakenly lists "Nextgen Bio" as the company name, not to mention spending millions hiring stock promoters! Careful SA, disclosure is good for people who own stock, but how much has VFC been paid to say this company is real?

    I am currently short this stock, yes, and making a bundle, but I make my $ trading, not through scummy compensation, see my research and learn:
    Sep 23, 2009. 08:40 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • RINO International: A Company Worth Watching [View article]
    zzzzz chinese fluff, c'mon pumpers do a better job and get this thing over $10!
    Jul 13, 2009. 12:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Hemispherx's Ampligen: Fact vs. Fiction [View article]
    ZZZZZ, learn that it doesn't matter what anybody's research says or doesnt say, its a guessing people would have seen Adam F.'s 8am aticle as a negative catalyst and either sold or shorted. most didnt because they're too emotionally involved to ever listen to reason. thats why most people lose $ in penny stocks. grow up children and learn how to play the game
    Jun 9, 2009. 10:00 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Do People Make Market Forecasts? [View article]
    Yeah, good article!
    Mar 17, 2009. 02:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How the World Almost Came to an End on September 18, 2008 [View article]
    Gotta love whats actually happening behind the scenes...we are all just shadows and dust
    Feb 10, 2009. 08:57 AM | 15 Likes Like |Link to Comment